International Day for Biodiversity: A Message from Doug Tallamy

It really works!  For years now, I have been claiming that restoration works, that nature is wonderfully resilient, and that, with a little help, she can rebuild biodiversity throughout human-dominated landscapes whenever she is given half a chance.  Tallamy Residence What has happened on the Tallamy property in southeast Pennsylvania over the past two decades […]

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Native Spring Ephemerals

Early spring bloomers to support pollinators! Try adding some of these plants that are native to your area. Native spring ephemerals are a group of plants that emerge in early spring in many temperate areas. These plants are adapted to quickly complete their growth cycle during the short period between winter’s end and the time

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Let Your Business, Corporation, or Non-Profit Shine With the New HNP Biodiversity Map™ Features

Now your business, school, city, place of worship, golf course, etc. can show off its native planting contributions and be part of the Homegrown National Park grassroots movement to restore habitat and regenerate biodiversity. The New HNP Biodiversity Map features allow users to create an Organization that can be managed via their individual user accounts.

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Symbiotic Schoolyard

Taking a Local Conservation Approach National: Meet Symbiotic Schoolyard, the new science unit you’ll want in your middle schoolers’ classrooms. Janneke Petersen is looking to spark a nationwide movement of middle school science teachers restoring biodiversity in their schoolyards with their students. Keep reading to learn how you can get involved. By Grace Hassler Est.

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